Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Gearing up for the ICW
We left Mill Creek in the daylight and more than 11 hours later anchored at Mile Zero, Hospital Point at Norfolk. I anticipated the anchorage being overcrowded, but we found sufficient space to comfortably anchor. We understand that this is a great spot to anchor for movies, provisioning, and restaurants, but we are always just passing through. We never seem to be bothered by the wakes of passing craft, but then again, we are in and out pretty quickly.
After a few innings of the Yankees, we retired while up 4-1. An early morning rise is planned as we begin the stressful day 1 trip down the Intracoastal.